Safran's contribution to the Boeing 737 Max
Safran's contribution to theBOEING 737 MAX
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Developed by Safran (Safran Aircraft Engines) and GE, within CFM International1, the LEAP-1B is the exclusive powerplant for Boeing's new-generation 737 MAX single-aisle jetliner. Its advantages make it the new "best seller" of the short- and medium-haul market.
1A 50/50 joint venture between Safran Aircraft Engines and GE Photo : © Adrien Daste / Safran
Wheels and carbon brakes
Safran (Safran Landing Systems) equips the Boeing 737 MAX with wheels and carbon brakes.
Photo : © Adrien Daste / Safran
Safran (Safran Electrical & Power) supplies the electrical wiring system on the Boeing 737 MAX.Learn more
FADEC engine controls
From design to commissioning, Safran1 (Safran Electronics & Defense) provides the latest generation engine controls and monitoring systems on the LEAP-1B, the FADEC 4 (Full Authority Digital Engine Control).
1 Within the FADEC Alliance, a 50/50 joint venture between FADEC International and GE
Accessory drive train
Safran (Safran Transmission Systems) supplies the accessory drive train on the LEAP-1B engines of the Boeing 737 MAX. The technical solutions implemented by Safran Transmission Systems on the LEAP accessory drive train increase the power transmission capacity by 30%, while reducing the weight by 20%.Learn more
Safran's (Safran Ventilation Systems) ventilation equipment aboard the 737 MAX manages cabin and cockpit airflow, providing passengers and crew with all the necessary comforts.Learn more
Safran (Zodiac Seats) supplies passenger seats on Boeing 737 MAX medium-range airliners.Learn more
Safran (Zodiac Cabin) provides full new-generation in-flight entertainment (IFE) systems for Boeing 737 MAX jetliners.Learn more
Safran (Zodiac Cabin) furnishes galleys in single-aisle Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.Learn more
Safran (Zodiac Aerosystems) equips Boeing 737 MAX aircraft with emergency evacuation slides.Learn more
consumption and co2 emissions(compared with previous-generation engines)
per overhaul, on average
of steel brakes
of electrical wiring
on each aircraft